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Statutes of the Realm; Statutes of the Realm: Volume 5, ; Charles II, An Act for Safety and Preservation of His Majesties Person and Government. Page An Act for the further security of His Majesty's person and Government, and the succession of the Crown in the Heirs of the late Princess Sophia, being Protestants, and.
Get this from a library. An Act for better preservation of His Majesty's woods in America, and for the encouragement of the importation of naval stores from thence: and to encourage the importation of malts, yards, and bowsprights, from that part of Great Britain called Scotland.
[Great Britain.]. Parliament passed ‘The Act for the Safety and Preservation of His Majesty’s Person and Government’; ‘The Act to Preserve the Person and Government of the King’; ‘The Act Against Tumultuous Petitioning’ (this forbade large scale petitioning) and the Licensing Act, which stated that only books licensed by the authorities could.
Preservation Obligations: The Federal Records Act and the Presidential Records Act. The Federal Records Act (FRA) and the Presidential Records Act (PRA) both establish the legal framework for the preservation of government records. These laws and related regulations apply in periods of both presidential transition and incumbency.
Page - An Act to explain and amend an act made in the twenty-second year of the reign of His late Majesty King George the Second, intituled, ' An Act for amending, explaining, and reducing into one Act of Parliament the laws relating to the government of His Majesty's ships, vessels, and forces by sea 1/5(1).
Note 1. “Discourse on the Love of our Country”, by Dr. Price. [Note 2. 1st Mary, sess. [Note 3. “That King James the Second, having endeavoured to subvert the constitution of the kingdom by breaking the original contract between King and people, and, by the advice of Jesuits, and other wicked persons, having violated the fundamental laws, and having withdrawn himself out.
Likeas, all lieges are bound to maintain the King's Majesty's royal person and authority, the authority of Parliaments, without the which neither any laws or lawful judicatories can be established, Act andParl. 8, King James VI., and the subjects' liberties, who ought only to live and be governed by the King's laws, the common laws of.
Charles II, An Act for Safety and Preservation of His Majesties Person and Government against Treasonable and Seditious practices and attempts: Charles II, An Act for Repeal of an Act of Parliament Entituled An Act for disinabling all persons in Holy Orders to exercise any Temporall Jurisdicc[i]on or Authority.
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The Antiquities Act of was designed to protect antiquities and objects of scientific interest on the public domain.
It authorized the President, "to declare by public proclamation historic landmarks, historic and prehistoric structures, and other objects of historic or scientific interest" that existed on public lands in the United Act declared these sites to be National Monuments.
An act for the better regulating the government of the province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England. WHEREAS by letters patent under the great seal of England, made in the third year of the reign of their late majesties King William and Queen Mary, for uniting, erecting, and incorporating, the several colonies, territories, and tracts of land therein mentioned, into one real province.
" This Act"-This Act and all Proclamations, This Act. PART II.- PART II.-CENTRAL AUTHORITY. CENTRAL- AUTHORITY. (1.) The Director, subject to the Minister, shall of (2.) The person for the time being holding Office Protector of be charged with the administration of this Act.
Affairs. The Sedition Act (13 Car 2 St 1 c 1) was an Act of the Parliament of England, although it was extended to Scotland in Passed shortly after the Restoration of Charles II, it is no longer in force, but some of its provisions continue to survive today in the Treason Act and the Treason Felony Act One clause which was included in the Treason Act was later adapted for the.
CHAPTER. OF THE FORMS OF A COMMON-WEALTH. Sect. THE majority having, as has been shewed, upon men’s first uniting into society, the whole power of the community naturally in them, may employ all that power in making laws for the community from time to time, and executing those laws by officers of their own appointing; and then the form of the government is a perfect democracy: or.
His Majesties Gracious Declartion [sic] for Liberty of Conscience. London: Charles Bill, Henry Hills and Thomas Newcomb, Single folio sheet, folded; pp. Housed in custom full morocco clamshell box. All acts and things done or omitted to be done prior to the passing of this Act and on or after the first day of August, A.D.
by or under the authority of or ratified by,- (a) His Majesty the King in Council; (b) any Minister or officer of His Majesty's Imperial Government; (c) the. His Majesty's Ministers requested an opinion of the Justices of the Supreme Court, in regard to the Act, to determine what needed to be done.
The Justices stated there was no need to establish another code, but rather a compilation be made of the laws, then in force, and as they stood amended, but without any changes in the words and. The Enhanced Edition of John Locke's Two Treatises of Civil Government (, ) Introduction.
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An Act to amend the Australian Industries Preservation Act [Assented to 14th April, ] BE it enacted by the King’s Most Excellent Majesty, the Senate, and the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Australia, as follows:— Short title. P, C. () A letter to his most Excellent Majesty, George the third, King of Great-Britain, France, and Ireland, and Emperor of North America, &c.
May it please your Majesty. Asserting that Parliament has usurped his authority by imposing taxes upon the c.
New York. the National Culture Act (amended issue) B.E. (A.D. ); the Act for the Establishment of the Office of the National Culture Commission B.E. (A.D. The National Culture Act of B.E. (A.D. ) defines culture as "that which characterizes progress, order, unity and moral of the citizens.".
The Authority, or any person authorized by the Authority so to do, may, for the purposes of this Act— (a) after giving not less than seven days’ notice in writing to the occupier of land (including land owned or occupied by the Crown in right of a State), enter upon and occupy that land; (b) on or.
31 George III, c. 31 (Great Britain) An Act to repeal certain Parts of an Act, passed in the fourteenth Year of his Majesty's Reign, intituled, An Act for making more effectual Provision for the Government of the Province of Quebec, in North America; and to make further Provision for the Government of the said Province.
[Assented to June, ]. “Local government officer” means any person whether compensated or not, whether part-time or full-time: (1) elected to any office of a local government agency; (2) serving on a local government agency which has the authority to enact ordinances, approve development applications or grant zoning variances; (3) who is a member of an.
His Majesty's Government are charged as the Mandatory authority "to secure the development of self governing institutions" in Palestine. Apart from this specific obligation, they would regard it as contrary to the whole spirit of the Mandate system that the population of Palestine should remain forever under Mandatory tutelage.
An act for the more effectual disarming the highlands in Scotland; and for the more effectual securing the peace of the said highlands; and for restraining the use of the highland dress; and for further indemnifying such persons as have acted in the defence of His Majesty's person and government, during the unnatural rebellion; and for indemnifying the judges and other officers of the court of.
All powers of government and all authority, legislative, executive, and judicial, in Ireland are derived from the people of Ireland, and the same shall be exercised in the Irish Free State (Saorstát Eireann) through the organisations established by or under, and in accord with, this Constitution.
Article 3. Be It Therefore Enacted, by his Excellency Gabriel Johnston, Esq., Governor, by and with the Advice and Consent of his Majesty's Council, and General Assembly of this Province, and it is hereby Enacted, by the Authority of the same, That wherever any Person or Persons hereafter shall bring any Action of Debt, or upon the Case, and therein shall.
The Boston Port Act was the first of the Coercive Acts. Parliament passed the bill on Maand King George III gave it royal assent on May 20 th. The act authorized the Royal Navy to blockade Boston Harbor because “the commerce of his Majesty’s subjects cannot be safely carried on there.".
British Parliament - An act for the better regulating the government of the province of the Massachuset’s Bay, in New England. WHEREAS by letters patent under the great seal of England, made in the third year of the reign of their late majesties King William and Queen Mary, for uniting, erecting, and incorporating, the several colonies, territories, and tracts of land therein mentioned.Through the machinations of corrupt politicians, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, a private corporation, in violation of the Raker Act's call for a public power authority, has enjoyed a virtual monopoly on providing electrical power to San Francisco that is costly to s: 5.The Vema Seamount Authority may from time to time, by notice, declare what kind of goods shall or may be warehoused upon first importation without payment of duty thereon; and any such goods while in any warehouse, and all goods whatsoever while in any customs area, shall be subject to such rules as may be prescribed and in the case of goods.